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How to do a drug screening for diuretic (especially furosemide)?

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27 Oct 2011

I realize this answer is really late but may help someone in future.

Furosemide is excreted in the urine so I guess it'll be relatively easy to do a urine test to see if furosemide is present in the urine.

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